Listen to Susan Flocke, PhD, from Oregon Health & Science University, review a series of steps primary care practices can incorporate into their clinical workflow in order to systematically screen and counsel patients on quitting tobacco. The discussion will include a description of the services provided by the Ohio Quitline and the importance of nicotine replacement therapy to maximize patients’ success in quitting.
Moderated by Susan Davis, DO, University of Cincinnati
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